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  • Is your revenue operations team bogged down by manual tasks and other roadblocks that stifle your success? Learn how you can use connected data and channel orchestration to refocus your team on strategic, value-add initiatives. Sponsored by Dun & Bradstreet.

  • The ability to execute flawless marketing campaigns—and then measure their effectiveness—has never been more important. But, getting a handle on campaign management and measurement can be challenging, especially when teams are working remotely. It all starts with internal alignment. Sponsored by Workfront.

  • In a rapidly changing world, B2B marketers are taking on a new, consultative role—that of solutions architect. Here are six ways to embrace the change and step out ahead of trends to make yourself an even more valuable business partner.

  • That was the question we at MarketingProfs started asking ourselves earlier this year as we realized our annual event, scheduled for San Francisco, wasn't going to happen. As we planned and put on our B2B Forum as a virtual conference, we learned these four things.

  • Three MarketingProfs PRO members talk with our podcast hosts, and special guest co-host Chris Brogan, about how they've come back stronger after the pandemic hit in March, and lessons they've learned about reclaiming success from disruption.

  • When you think about what an Agile Marketing team looks like, what comes to mind? Chances are, you imagine marketers who are fast, flexible, maybe even frenetic. But, especially in volatile times, Agile doesn't mean working feverishly.

  • As marketers, we compete for our audience's attention—and struggle to focus attention on our own work. Rob Hatch, CEO of Owner Media Group and author of the book Attention!, shares advice and insights from his book.

  • Executives say poor integration across teams is the biggest reason employees don't engage in the customer experience, according to recent research from Harvard Business Review Analytic Services and Gongos.

  • Your customers want you to provide personalized offers and experiences, but they also want you to respect their privacy and allow them more control over their data. That's why a preference-management strategy is so important. Here are four things marketers can do.

  • The pandemic has been a challenge for many people, with 53% of US adults reporting that COVID-related stress has negatively affected their mental health.

  • The love-hate relationship with our CRMs is real. They often fail to meet promises made during selection and implementation, and they can fall short of their potential to drive revenue. But we can't live without them. To get more out of your CRM implementation, ask and answer these two questions.

  • Chief marketing officers often find themselves defending the CMO role and its right to exist. It's time to actively assert the role's value by reframing CMOs as chief market officers. Here are 4 key areas to focus on when reasserting Marketing's place in the business.

  • Phil Schiller of Apple was the most influential chief marketing officer (CMO) in the world this year, according to recent research from Forbes, Sprinklr, and LinkedIn.

  • When your employees are working remotely, email and messaging apps are a natural fallback for internal communication. Find out what their limitations are and how to solve complex collaboration problems. Read more.

  • Don't let company disagreements get in the way of creative solutions. Use these conflict-solving tactics to improve both internal and external business relationships. Check out the article.

  • Most employers (88%) are worried about retaining valued staff amid COVID-19, according to a recent survey of senior managers conducted by Robert Half.

  • Is your organization struggling to get Sales and Marketing to work in unison, especially in the virtual environment? Alignment might feel like a struggle, but it's more important than ever. Now's the time for a Sales-and-Marketing makeover and a renewed focus on predictable pipeline. Sponsored by LeanData.

  • Sales and marketing teams can often seem aligned—even when they aren't really. In fact, alignment levels have been decreasing. Take the three steps discussed in this article to ensure Sales and Marketing are communicating, collaborating, and working harmoniously.

  • The median starting salary for a corporate chief marketing officer in the United States is expected to be $165,000 in 2021, according to recent research from The Creative Group.

  • Some people think content operations isn't necessary—that everything will work fine without it. But it won't. Without content operations, there is content chaos. And you'll suffer huge opportunity costs. Here are 10 steps to avoid that chaos and those costs.